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>> i am jamie cos tell o. we are getting ready for the race for the cure on sunday. >> we have been asking you this think pink and race is on sunday. and it's in hunt valley. you still have time to register. you save money if you register ahead of time but you can do it the day off. details and we will know about the race this year. it's going to be a great time. >> it is. we have got the real housewives of bel air but they are going to change their name before your ears and eyes. we will hear about healther's great story about how she launched the group and what a group it is up in bel air. and it got huge. >> yeah. >> they exploded with membership. and we will make meat balls. >> meet the balls. sergio is here. >> excellent. >> and we will cook a couple meat balls. and lock at this, comes in every friday and brings a pet of the week. the producer says he doesn't have it. wait until you see the puppy. della and this dog is all puppy. she is excited and happy and very, very cute. stick around for that.
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this the dog up for adoption and you don't want to miss it. he is the cottest meteorologist justin berk in a second. they are laughing. real housewives are laughing at that. the hot topic what started yesterday. let's roll it. when this started to happen and it would com and recede and come up and recede, but yet, we don't know what tonight will bring. we have another high tide. >> hoping that it passes quickly, and worried about the tide, worried that the boats on the pier. and that the tide doesn't come up into the basement. >> rest enters -- i advice residents that they should probably move valuable items off the first floor along the shoreline houses and also move the cars to high ground. >> baltimore county was hit especially hard and we found
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flooding everywhere on the roadways and backyards and folks say they remember the devastation of isabel all too well. this was not that bad. but it led them to take the proper precautions. >> look at that. meanwhile, in baltimore city people were watching the rising water especially fells point. high tide crested around the area and all in all, the flooding could have been a lot worse. thames street was not built to handle more than few inches of rain. so yesterday cars were towed and people had to find other ways to get around and even though the rain has stopped, there will still be some flooding issues not only in the city but around the areach the big issue today is lingering water. >> and someplaces saw as much rain yesterday as we got snow accumulation all last winter which is hard to believe including the two blizzards. but we weren't the only ones. from florida to maine, the storm has caused major headaches. emily schmidt shows us the east coast and how they are now looking for a sponge.
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>> reporter: all along east coast, people are discovering a storm doesn't need a name to be a record breaker. >> a lot of rain. a lot of rain. >> this is incredible. i never seen flooding like this. >> reporter: wilmington north kir lana got 22 1/2 inches from what had been tropical storm nicole. nicole qualified as tropical storm for just six hours. >> a lot of evacuation. >> reporter: problems from the weather system are just beginning. rain closeed roads and saturated the ground but trees toppled in the wind. four people from one family died when their suv high crow planeed and landed in flooded -- hydroplaneed and landed in a flooded ditch. now the weather and the woes are moving north. >> within a hour, maybe hour a half, it was four or five foot of water. >> reporter: in baltimore county maryland fast rising water flood cars in tire store garage. >> it was fast. we had no time to do really
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pull the vehicles out. we did what we could do. >> reporter: in annapolis, maryland, sailors who arrived on the boat from capetown south africa could not believe their wet reception. >> we have have had more foul weather since arriving across lantic. >> reporter: the worst is new york and maine. >> this is a week i will remember for long time. >> reporter: this storm may well make more progress than the commuters left in its wake. emily schmidt, abc news. >> now before we look at rainfall totals here megan did say and it's one of the biggest questions it's in the last two days. how much snow would this have been? if it were snow? you do a 10 to 1 ratio 10 inches of snow for every inch of rain and edgemere would have had 110 inches of snow. yesterday. a bit obscene. hickory in harford county 9.68 would have been 96, 97 inches.
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annapolis nearly 9 1/2 inches of rain and parkville pick up 9. dundalk which is close to edgemere but they picked up half the amount and it's a matter where the bands are set up and soaked. and eastern show easton 5. 28. it would be nearly impossible to get moisture wrung out in the atmosphere with temperatures near 30. but you could say edgemere would have had 110 inch of snow in one day. you could say. record rainfall at bwi. 6:02 is the record for the date for the 30th of september. records back to the 1870s. in fact, this surpass the one-day total from hurricane floyd. flood warnings exspire at 9:45 and extends until the 11 hour on the eastern shore but all of us beginning clearing process with the breeze. but what we are watching by the way if you are calling me i am busy. we have got low tide that passed at 8:24. and the tide is coming back up basically it's the wind that is pushing out of the north and that's what's helping to drain
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the water out of the bay. there's annapolis. this is what it looked like yesterday with the 9 inches of rain. at least good drainage at the school and this rainfall tally ranges from 8.89 in pasadena and we showed you solve the other tallies. 3 1/3 compared to everybody else but everybody got heavy rain. everybody bursted the buckets and we are above normal for the year. after the drought we have had recently. the storm is pling away pushing towards new england. dry air is spelling in out of the north and northwest. takes some of the clearing and it will gradually thin out and break the clouds as we head through lunchtime and afternoon. notice that you will see the brightening in the sky. there's cold air mass back there. and that mass will spill in over the weekend. what he interesting is the same weather pattern helping to soak the east coast is actually a cool pool of air may help to develop another storm that could stall off the east coast early next week. so we will have to watch that
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pattern and have the forecast model in the next half-hour. tomorrow, 71 as the two degree gain dee tee with a gradual clearing and upper 40s by daybreak tomorrow. check out the extended forecast and that forecast into next week coming up in the next half- hour. back to you. >> thanks. put down the cell phone. there's a law that takes effect today that makes it illegal to talk and drive. if you are pulled over, you could be fined $40 for the first violation and $100 after that. and it's the secondary offense and you can only be pulled over if you are committing another offense. maryland is the #th state to make talking and driving illegal. now to a story close call at new york kennedy airport. one plane departing and one plan arriving on the same runway. >> and it happened earlier this month now one experienced air traffic controller is speaking out about how it really went. abc2 news jim harford tells us
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how it got so close. >> reporter: a night a air traffic control we are like to forget. he had just cleared an 767 to land on the runway at new york jfk airport. >> [audio not understandable] >> >> it's very, very routine operation. >> reporter: but that's when the pilot for reasons still unknown turned his 767 aircraft filled with passengers towards the wrong runway instead of 13 left e. turns sharply to runway 13 right where a jet blew regional aircraft started the take off. another pilot waiting to depart alerts the tower. >> tower 12 locks like the guy is trying to land on 13 right. >> reporter: with seconds to spare controller abraham radios the pilot to abort his landing. >> go around fly you are lining up for the wrong runway start immediate right. >> reporter: still not sure the
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pilot understood, the controller repeats the emergency order to turn. >> you need to start it immediate right tournament you need to turn right. there's somebody rolling yond neath you. >> reporter: into once he is turned which seems like a lifetime but probably 10 to 15 second he turns to the right and jet blue takes off next to him. >> reporter: jfk has deployed new ground radar that is supposed to alert air traffic controllers to close calls on the runways. but on the night of this incident, that new equipment was not working. abc news, new york. >> okay. you know. >> scary. >> unbelievable. from near miss to don't miss this what he coming up next. we have a real treat for you. >> absolutely. we will introduce you to the real housewives of bel air. talking bel air harford county. we will meet them coming up next. and coming up, a woman who followed the do dr.'s advice and it saved her life. she wishes her family member had done the same. plus, we continue to help you and others dealing with
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breast cancer. today how to stay positive when diagnosed with breast cancer. we will be right back. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message.
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the real andy harris. buried in his website - a promise to replace the tax code with a 23% sales tax and eliminate the mortgage interest deduction. a bush tax panel said families would pay $6,000 more a year. a reagan tax advisor calls it a very dumb idea. but that's not his only bad idea. harris was the only senator to vote against expanding the child care tax credit and against the state's cancer treatment program. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us.
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glr's watching the station that works for you. good morning maryland at nine. we continue to count down the days until the komen maryland race frt cure. its two days away. it's this sunday in hunt valley and abc2 news will bring it to you in your living room and broadcast the event from 7 until 9 in the morning. we want you to join us. so if you can, there's time to sign up and take part up until the day of the race. if you want to do it now, head to abc2news.com and look at the top of the page click on the lifestyle tab scroll down and
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click on think pink. mammograms have come with controversy in the past. there's been debate over the safety what age you should get one and how often. but the woman you are go to -- about to meet says it saved her life. she wish it would have been able to do the same for a loved one. >> reporter: when steffi walks the hall of university maryland medical center, she felt the work here she liked her job and got an education in personal health care. >> i was fortunate to have worked with a breast cancer screening program for either unor underinsured women so i knew your self-breast exam and yearly clinical breast exam with the physician and i was too young to get mammogram at that time but i knew it's to be doing self-breast exams. so i never found a lump. >> reporter: the lump came later an i am and on her 40th birthday found through a
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mammogram. >> it is saved my life. i was in a position that it was deep and so it probably would have been much larger by the time i did detect it. so, i was so thankful that i did come in and find it on my 40th birthday. >> and this was a case. >> reporter: the doctor sees stories like stephanie's every day examples of mammograms catching cancer and saving lives. >> it's the most effective tool we have to detect early breast cancer. the muscle is impacted and what we have achieved with screening mammogram is the vast majority of breast cancer diagnosed early stages. >> reporter: despite the scary diagnosis, stephanie says she felt lucky. the mammogram caught the cancer early. but that fortunate feeling stephanie had soon ran out. >> i went from zero to 60 in about two weeks. 15 days after i was diagnosed my mother was diagnosed with stage
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4 cancer. breast cancer. and she was living with us at the time and took a very rapid decline in her health. >> reporter: that difficult time stephanie made a bold decision. due to her genetic history she opted for a bilateral mastectomy removing both breast and having reconstructive surgery. here's a picture after srnlg ray smile on her face. every. >> reporter: -- >> everyone says you are make jokes and dealing with this. somebody flipped the light switch when my mom was diagnosed because her diagnosis was grave and she ended up passing away three weeks after my surgery. >> and with her dire prognosis and she was on a ventilator and she was in a lot of pain all the time, she still was making jokes but she was always the life of the party and a beautiful smart lady. and who dealt with everything with such an amazing amount of grace that i miss her terribly.
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>> reporter: so in memory of her mom show wants to spread a message to other women out there. >> get the mammogram at 40. do the self-breast exams. and don't be afraid. be afraid of the unknown. that's what is scarier. >> reporter: and a message she wants everyone to take to heart. stephanie, your mom would be proudched proud. >> her mother never had a mammogram and stephanie believes had she had one it would have saved her life. this is going to be fun. what started out as an inside joke with tank tops made up with bel air printed on them is hometown pride and the birth of real housewives of bel air. breaking news heather, let's not burity lead. housewives of bel air changed to. >> we are now true housewives. >> yes. >> there you go. we broke the news here. how are you doing heather. >> great. >> you started this thing. >> yes. >> how did you come up with it. >> it was started as a inside
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joke between my friends. i was planning a destination wedding and had parody tank tops made up from the reality show. so, we came back and wore the tank tops out around town and people asked about the group. so i decide to make a facebook group and from there it expanded and people wand tearchg tops and get-togethers and now we are doing networking events. >> unbelievable. >> how many are in the group. >> there's about 300 people in the group right now. >> and it's been since february. >> yes. >> how did you get involved. >> heather and i have been friends for years so it's to jump on board. >> you are not all housewives right? >> no i am not married i am a mom but not married. >> all right. >> i am married. and i have a step daughter. >> i am married and have a step daughter as well. >> this is open to men. >> absolutely. they have just as much fun as we do. >> so it started off in bel air but now annapolis is interested. >> so the main facebook group is just going to be true housewives. and then we are going to have different division and bel air and annapolis is coming next.
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and perry hall and fallston. >> tonight you have a big thing right? >> yes. downtown bel air alliance is having the first fridays the last one of the season. so the weather is good, thanks justin. and we will be able to you nova good outdoor event. and there's shops open late on main street and face painting for kids and we will be guest bar tending. >> how many people do you meet when you go out for this? >> tons of people. tons of people. >> a lot of networking right. >> yes. and for sure it's people just want the shirts and you explain to them what it is and they are fascinated and it start as joke and has taken off. >> i love this. >> we do charity work and give back to the community. >> that's great. now what housewife do you most resemble orange county atlanta new jersey dc or wisteria lane which one. >> wisteria lan i like that. >> i am not sure. we are different than all of them. >> a combination of all of them. >> come on heather. you got one. >> i would say we are our own group. we are -- and that's why we have
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the new name. we are trying to separate ourselves from frugal women and real and true. >> all right. if anyone watts wants to get in touch with you how? >> real housewives on facebook and now true housewives. >> let me know monday how many after are appearance here i want to know -- i want to hear 600 people housewives. >> absolutely. >> good luck. tonight it's at the alliance on main streel street in bel air. >> and after that. >> a fashion show at annapolis reinvent leukemia and lymphoma association. it's charity fashion show. we will be there recuting annapolis housewives. >> that's great. >> robert andrews spa and salon. >> started february and look what they have done. you are helping people. thanks for coming in. >> thank you. >> the true housewives can we get a tank top for megan. >> absolutely. >> and the doggy we will get everybody in. the doggy of bel air. >> we will get you one too. >> okay. >> you can wear it around the house. >> all right.
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megan. >> that's so disturbing jamie in a tank top. look at this, this is not disturbing this is della available up for adoption. she was kind enough to bring this cuteie in. we will tell you how to get della or another great dog or cat. stay with us. we will be right back. storm gear and promotional consideration provide by l.l. bean.
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all right. we have a we have della who is four-month-old and available at the maryland apca and is as cute as can be but all puppy. >> she is all puppy and some puppies will have more energy than others. della is 4 month and the guess is she's terrier mix. when you have a terrier they often have a lot of energy and they also have sort of i call a pray drive so a lot -- prey drive so they were bread to help with hunting and things that burrow underneath ground. they like to dig for things and search for things. and that would be really good exercise for her. >> so what would you do if awed dog like this to keep them preoccupied and run off some of that energy? >> hide and seek is pretty good for the dogs. you can do something at home. if you have -- if they like food
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or food motivated hide it under something and have them search for it. they like a toy. she likes her purple toy. you can hide that somewhere or even in the backyard and give them something to do. terriers are really smart. so you have to keep the brains activity. and give them a challenge. that will tire them out. so using their brains and bodies really will tire them out there's more organized activities to do. there's agility as well and there's sport for dogs called fly ball. and jack russels are wonderful with this. that's a great thing to get into with a club so you can google fly ball and there's an oil dog training club in maryland and it's fun. you meet people and expend all that energy. >> nothing better than coming home with a dog that's exhausted i don't know whether this is but they have a great day playing and running and that's good thing to do for your dog. >> a tired dog is a good dog. >> absolutely. all right so give us the details on della where can people find her what number do they call. >> she is available at maryland spca, and she is four months
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old. and they can visit our website on the screen there's phone number as well. and usually post on abc2news.com as well. >> and you guys have so many great dogs and cats. give them visit if you are looking for something to do. come in next week and tell because calendar correct. >> we have great things going on. online auction starts today and you can hook up on the website. >> all right. she is as cute as can be. look at that face. how cute is she. >> that's della. all right. della. della we are make meat balls here in a couple minutes. hey, when someone is diagnosed with any kind of cancer, it can be hard to keep a positive outlook on life. coming up, sometimes your mental attitude can make a big difference in the fight. so we have five tips to help you deal with the diagnosis. and spending of cancer, it's almost time for the komen race for the cure. why it's still not too late to sign up to fight breast cancer in hunt valley this weekend. but if we go to to a break if you are trying to land a job in
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now good morning maryland at nine. ♪ [ music ] we continue to count down the days until the komen maryland race for the cure. now just two days away. the race is coming up sunday at hunt valley and abc2 news will be live on the air to broadcast the event from 7 to 9 that morning. and if you would like to take part, there's tine to -- time to sign up until the race starts. head to our website at abc2news.com and look at the top of the page and click on the lifestyle tab and scroll to the right and click think pink. battling breast cancer can weigh you down and treatments are tough and diagnose sis mentally and emotionally painful and it can be hard to keep your spirits up. today abc2 news linda so has
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five ways to stay positive des spite it all. >> reporter: it takes strength to fight breast cancer keeping a positive mental outlook can help and educating yourself about the disease is the first thing you can do to stay on a positive path. >> education about the illness and about side effects and about what to expect is crucial. but with that, you also need to have a way of filtering out some of that information because it can be overwhelming. >> reporter: second, it's important to take good care of yourself. >> developing your opportunities for physical being activity, make sure you are eating well. and making sure you are getting enough rest. >> reporter: third, don't let negative feelings get in the way. >> it's surprising how your support system can really be there for you in ways you didn't anticipate. but feeling connected to others is a very powerful way of improving your outlook.
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>> reporter: 5th, tack into your spiritual side. faith can go a long way. >> it's this connection between mind and body and really trying to integrate the two. >> reporter: five tips to stay positive to help you through the fight of your life. linda so, abc2 news. >> we know someone with a cancer story when it comes to breast cancer someone impacted by the disease and it's so important to walk the weekend. exacttive director of komen maryland race for the cure joins us. so nice to have you here. thanks for coming in. >> great to be here. >> the race is earlier this year. it's this weekend on sunday. can you still register? i think people think if it's sunday, it's too late. >> nope. no. woaft walkup registration that's at the hunt valley town center. and that goes through actually until four on saturday. and then there's race day walk of registration that starts at 6 in the morning. so, you can recommendation ster. >> can you do it on -- register. >> can you do it online?
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>> yes. >> this year it's earlier which kind of i think is a no brainer. the weather is going to be better than years past. we have dealt with snow and frost and this year it's going to be a great day to get out and run. what else is new this year? >> well, we try to have new music and they are new sponsors and the sponsor tents and activity that's going on. events that happen or the little music and entertainment that happens around the race route is usually new every year. something new and exciting. so, there will be -- it's always something different and we do have the parade of pink that starts at 6:40 and that's always a really nice part of the morning. >> that to me is the most inspiring thing and the thing that gets to me every time i see that. for those who have never been to the race what is that? >> the parade of pink is a celebration with all of the survivors who were there with us that morning and they just get to walk a path and at the end of that path is an opportunity for a group photo.
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>> i think if you have been to the race you can know there are incredible stories you run into people who wouldn't miss it for anything because maybe their daughter has bries breast cancer or mother did or you know their father. so the stories are great. it's also for a great cause and not only for breast cancer but for maryland. >> yeah. we are proud of what we do for the state of maryland. we are making a difference and it's another reason why we need to make sure that we get lots of registrations because the money we get for the race for the cure supports the programs we have throughout the state for the entire year. and those programs are a direct service for screening and treatment and education. they provide a lot of services for people across the entire state. >> and for those watching this and wonder, okay, i would like to register but want to do something else. can you at this last-minute use volunteers. >> yep. you can actually go online and go to the volunteer center. and if that is intimidating to you in anyway, call the office and ask for brittany and we
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would be happy to get you set up for volunteering on race day. >> well, it's so important and we hope you will join us. we want to put the information on the screen. we will be broadcasting the whole thing live. but if you can't go, you can watch it but really, the most important thing is to register and support this cause. show up to the race and if you want more information g. to the website or comb n's website komenmd.or-g. check that out. i will see you on sunday. >> thanks. hey robin, you make meat balls right? do you make meat balls? >> me? >> yes. >> she got to make meat balls. come on. nothing beats simple tafty italian food. but some of you might not want to try making it at home. so coming up next, we head into good morning maryland at nine the kitchen to find out how to make meat balls. it's far simpler than you fear with plenty of flavor. 9:35 cloudy skies and the
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chilly temperatures is 62 degrees. when a storm pass we have a drop in temperatures at least we have a struggle to build temperatures back up. it's going take until we brick the sun this afternoon to push 71 and we will have the rest of the weekend forecast when we come back. there's more of good morning, maryland, after this. [ man ] no huddle. they've got -- [ static ]
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$6,000 more a year. a reagan tax advisor calls it a very dumb idea. but that's not his only bad idea. harris was the only senator to vote against expanding the child care tax credit and against the state's cancer treatment program. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us. who has birthday today? lucy is. lucy is 9 years old today. she and her family from fairfax county virginia so they moved to baltimore and will stay here. she loves the third grade and panda bears and loves whales. and also sannual hubbard turns 17 today and is a senior at old mill high school. >> we love hearing about you and when it's your birthday so we can say happy birthday live on the air. send the info a picture of whoever it is celebrating a birthday and details about them. i love that they love pandas and whale. send that along at morning
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shows wmar.com so we can say happy birthday. >> and the harford county foster parent association will be hosting a new england style bull roast saturday october 9th at 6:30 at the armory. along with traditional bull roast you can eat muscles and new england clam chowder and in fact they will fly you in maine lobster that day. how about that in. >> delicious. >> proceed go to the action being a fists for hoe cal children in foster care and all you have to do is go to lobster bull roast at verizon.net. of course don't forget the south point festival this -- fells point festival october 2nd and 3rd. festival of fun and food and they have veptdors and it's there and all over the place at fells point. go down and the weather is supposed to be gorgeous. >> yes. let's put it out there. if you have information you want us to know b. send it in and we will make sure everybody knows about it. yesterday, on the show, we had to cancel guest because of the nasty weather and we went wall
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to wall with tornado warning coverage. >> however, they were here to talk about great events happening this weekend and since they weren't able to come in today we waned it passe long what was going on. one of them was about nicky who is beautiful and smart and the daughter of cliff and amy. sifter to josh. and she tried to get off drugs for a long time in her life and was sober for 15 months but one month shy of her 22nd birthday she died of an accident drug overdose and her parents and family want to raise awareness so in honor of nicky, they are holding the baltimore party in the park tomorrow from 10:30 until 5 in the evening. in cockeysville. aid great family friendly convenient and they have food and music and arts and crafts and a lot of activities and goes and supports a great family and cause. >> that's great. >> and mr. james bond from living classrooms was supposed to be with us yesterday. we want know about the maritime magic celebrating a living classroom 25th anniversary. they have big bash tonight at the fed ribbing dust like isaac
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myers maritime park and call for 410-685-0295. and don't think james bond gets gets enough credit he sailed the south pacific and came back to baltimore and he is a mover and a shaker in what he's done with living classrooms and its an yut outstanding job. who doesn't love italian food. >> everybody loves it but you might think too intim tating. >> coming next, how to make the perfect meat ball to have by themselves. you can do that.
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station that works for you good morning, maryland at nine. thanks for joining us on this friday morning. sunday the ravens will be challenging the steelers but after the game you should turn on square off because it is a show oh, yeah, every parent should watch. richard is here to tell us why. hello, richard. >> all right. good morning to you. president obama makes his case for sweeping education reforms. and explaining why he and the first lady aren't sending their daughters to public schools o'malley and you recallic are going at it tv ads as you've seen are blasting one another and they put the n in negative
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advertising. and sunday's panelist on square off they outrageous john lofton and neighbor shy catalina bird and garry hudels and super conservative tyrone keys. join us won't you please bolt mere hottest show only one like it sunday at 6:30 p.m. after abc newsweek end here on abc2. it's time to diet in the -- dine in the kitchen sergio pasta month. >> yes. october is national pasta month. i don't know who des naitd it national pasta month but we are happy. truth be told it's national pasta month for me every day. >> everyone day is pasta day. chef justin is here from aldo's and we are cook up meat balls. >> hi. >> what is the one mistake we haik when we are trying to do this at home. >> that's the thing about meat balls. it's completely soughtive. whatever you feel like putting in your meat balls as far as
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meat, you know everyone has a way of making them. i think a lot. >> this is one of the contentious things how you make it. i was nervous because i think italian grandmothers will argue about what whoa say. >> they will throw stuff at the tv. >> my father and i make them and justin makes them differently. that is reflection of how i like to do them. >> let's do it. what are you doing. >> we will start with a little veal and pork and beef. >> okay. >> basically, we get the flavor from the veal and the beef. we get fat content from the pork and keeps everything tender. >> i told that to holy trinity. >> we will start with whole egg and fresh bread crumbs and again it's not an exact science what we are looking for is just something that will stay together and taste good. fresh peck reno and white pepper so we don't get the black pepper specs and kosher salt. and it's a lot of meat here and
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people forget. >> that's kosher salt so it's less than iodized salts but it's looks like a lot but it's kosher so and parsley and garlic. >> i don't know about you but mom used to put a lot of onion in. >> onion as well. that's part of the discussion. to me w. you put onion in will it is meat loaf no offense. that's my sense. >> no phoning here. >> but you know, i like the veal pork and beef and obviously a lot of garlic. one of the things we do that i think home cooks should do is make a sample piece after we seasoned it and friday it up in olive oil to taste it. and see if the seasoning is right. >> let's give it a try. >> we will pretend like we did that and we rolled it. >> let's give this a try. >> and, of course, this is fried up. >> okay, man. that's great. >> that is great. >> there you go. so as i am chewing, we taste
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the seasoning and made a couple paties where we friday them off and if it's -- fry them off and we taste it and we add more garlic or so. >> and that's good. >> doy friday or bake them or cook them in sauce. >> i prefer them cooked in sauce because don't like the crust and i leave it to chef justin to dump them in there. >> here we have a basic tomato sauce, this actually happens to have beef in the sauce to add richness to the meat balls. and again, finish up what sergio is saying bake them off or fry them in here in a pan before you put them in the sauce or drop them into the sauce which sergio prefers. and actually, the tomato acid works on breakdown the it be you in the meat and makes it more tender meat ball. >> we will put it on the website and i will tell you, we have gone on all who those in we do a cobe meat ball and that's offered on special. we have point judith that we
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get 24 hours after it is caught and it's tender and swimmingly fresh and you know you can check us out or come visit us in person. >> three pairs of friends went down there and the wine cellar last saturday and they raved about the cooking. >> thanks so much. >> way to go. all right. sergio. >> great seeing you. >> justin happy meat ball. see you. we will be right back with more on good morning, maryland at nine. look at that.
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now the forecast certified most accurate by weather rate and mayor lean most powerful doppler radar. i want to start off with a the weathernet in westminster 61 and look at the wind here out of the northwest 12 gusting to 36 miles per hour. and rainfall since midnight we talk about 3 1/2 inches of rain but since midnight only about 2/10 of an inch and even a hint of a wind chill calculating 61 occasionally feeling like umer 50s. that's westminster. now centreville is at 64. and they received much more rain around the bay after midnight is where the rain was focused on.
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and they picked up two inches since the 12:00 hour and winds gusting at 20 miles per hour and we expect more gusty winds as the sun tries to work out. we stir up the atmosphere. but all about the rain the storm is wrapping itself around new york city and taking its time winding up and spinning towards new england and heavy rain through boston. big delays traveling up in that direction for this afternoon and leading towards the weekend. behind it, winds and pressure gradient pushing that increasing wind flow especially from west to east break out the cloud a little bit. it will be a struggle and we may not go somebodiy and we will try to build it in during the course of the after nonand as we head towards sunset this evening and tonight and we should get clear skies. here's the deal. as the storm winds up, we watch the whole conveyor belt shift towards of east but we have a large pool of cool air in the atmosphere. that's responsible for a fall pattern. hey it's fall and it's october and should behave like it. but that pattern really wound
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up here in the atmosphere and we may have ourselves what could be repeating setup. we don't have a tropical system to add into the mix. long range computer models get interesting in the course of next week and weekend. there could be another storm off the coast and trying to build into the cool pattern and may get stuck here for few days next week. there's the heavy rain and we should get dry air and again the clearing in here before sunset and on in through tonight. next weather system, a little hint of low pressure and reinforcing shot of the cool air starts to build in our direction and we watch the cool air settle in with cloudy skies. race for the cure going to be cool and we will try to hold off showers until later on in the day. there's the storm off the coast and all could be merging here across the mid-atlantic early part of next week. we get a little break in the action. today 71, and gradual clearing. tonight back into the mid-60s. mid-40s pardon me mid-60s over the weekend and rain. sunday afternoon and looks like a good bit of rain monday and
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tuesday and into wednesday as well. >> all right. well, we like the good old days at ball park. orioles game was wash out last night they will play at old fashioned double-header today. first game starts at 4:35 and 20 minutes after the finish of that game, game 2 will begin so you get to play one time -- pay one time to get two games. >> can't beat that. >> the old-time, huh? a rare deal at camden yards. it's friday as we get set to go up to pittsburgh on sunday, ray rice practiced yesterday and wants to play on sunday. that's koch's decision and we will fine out. joey porter tracing the bus look for ray lewis remember the hines ward hits and they are ticked off and ben ross list berger no one hits him like bart scott. ravens and steelers has been quiet. >> you haven't heard a lot of trash talking. >> rice mcclean what do you think. >> yeah. >> throwing it heat has -- he -- heath has been catching a ton
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of balls. >> you have to keep the pressure off flacco and we will be okay. all right. so we will have fun. on sunday. >> all right. >> all right. >> looking forward to it and don't forget about race for the cure. you're running in the race. >> yes i will be with you in the morning. >> and i am watching you run as well. we will cheer you on. >> it's going to be chilly. upper 40s i mean i am not conditioned. >> wear the tank top. >> that will do it. >> that's what i want to do. it will be chilly outside. >> all right. >> we hope you will join us sunday hunt valley race for the cure and we will broadcast the whole event 7 to 9. >> 20, 30,000 people. >> absolutely. >> we will see you.
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